With the new RC2 and RC4 coatings, Paul Horn GmbH is exhibiting new developments in the field of high-performance tool coatings.
Paul Horn GmbH is expanding the S224 double-edged grooving system for Swiss-type machining.
Paul Horn GmbH has developed a new chip breaking geometry especially for the 108 Mini tool system.
Paul Horn GmbH is presenting a completely new generation of groove and cut-off milling system at AMB 2022.
When Paul Horn introduced the type 312 indexable insert to the public in 1972, it was a small revolution in the grooving process.
Paul Horn GmbH now offers users its proven Supermini tool holder system with face clamping as a set, thereby responding to customer requests for different tooling system heights.
Paul Horn GmbH is expanding the range of carbide grades for the DAH milling system to enable its use for machining a wider range of materials.
Tom Schmid, an apprentice at Paul Horn GmbH, is the German CNC milling champion.
Groove milling, parting off and gear cutting: these are just three processes that the Horn circular interpolation milling system accomplishes productively.
As Boehlerit's sales partner for the German market, Paul Horn GmbH is delighted to present the new Quattrotec tool system.
Paul Horn GmbH is expanding its tool portfolio for machining hard materials and other steels.
Paul Horn GmbH presents its expanded portfolio of tools with cutting edges tipped with polycrystalline diamond (PCD).
Mirror-finish surfaces and roughness to within nanometres. These are properties that can only be achieved with the process of ultra-precision machining or high-polish machining.
With its large tool portfolio and knowhow, HORN offers a number of solutions for five-axis milling in tool and mould making.
The whirling method was invented by the German Karl Burgsmüller in 1942 and 80 years later, manufacturing industry still relies on the process as it offers significant advantages over conventional threading methods.
As Boehlerit's sales partner for the German market, Paul Horn GmbH is delighted to present new, high-performance tools from the Austrian tool specialist.
Gear broaching, gear milling and gear skiving - otherwise known as the technology cycles: gearBROACHING, gearMILL, gearSKIVING.
Gear Skiving has only found wider application in modern manufacturing since machining centres and universal machines with coupled and synchronised spindles and process-optimised software have made it possible to use this highly complex technology.
“No cars can drive, no planes can fly, and no joints can be replaced by surgeons without precision tools first being put to use”, says HORN CEO, Lothar Horn.
Paul Horn GmbH has extended its circular interpolation system for slot milling of grooves.